Heroic Cop Body-Slams 70-Year-Old Woman; Victim Charged with Felony

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A brace of tax-devouring bullies in St. Simons Island, Georgia assaulted a tiny 70-year-old woman who had been stopped on suspicion of drunk driving on December 5, at one point throwing her face-down onto the pavement. While this act of gang violence was underway, one of the comrades peeled off and tried to intimidate eyewitness Nick James as he video-recorded the event, obstructing his view and demanding his identification.

As Jones points out, Allegrone is fortunate that she didn’t “die from a brain injury or [be] affected for life” as a result of this act of aggravated assault.

The victim, Kathleen Mary Allegrone, suffered a broken nose. In addition to driving under the influence of alcohol, she was charged with “obstruction of law enforcement officers by use of threats or violence” — a felony. Her “violence” consisted of scratching the hands of one of the privileged assailants who dragged her from the vehicle.

“It really looked like a UFC takedown,” one horrified eyewitness recalled. “Everyone just went silent.”

According to Police Chief Matt Doering, the primary assailant, Officer Kevin Jones, “acted reasonably” by body-slamming the 70-year-old woman to “stop the assault” she had supposedly committed by stiffening her arms and digging her nails into the officer’s hands and wrists. Following a brief paid vacation and the typically perfunctory “internal investigation,” Officer Jones is once again prowling the streets in search of other elderly women upon whom he can display his martial prowess.

The police pretend that they have a moral license to commit aggressive violence, and escalate it until the victim submits — and then continue until they are satisfied. Owing to the evil doctrine of “qualified immunity,” they almost never face personal consequences for their crimes. This is why “law enforcement” is inescapably an anti-social institution.

11:54 am on December 16, 2013
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